You first have do determine exactly what time of trading your personality is suited to! Are you more relaxed with longer trades(4H/Daily) , or do you like scalping(1min/15min)? Once you figure this out you can determine what time frame would suit your trading style! I say this, because all the different types of traders will give you different answers and you might not like their style of trading.
I doubt that it is possible to give you any strightforward answer to this question. I mean that there is no such a thing that this concrete currency pair is better to trade on H1 or something like that. It is up to a trader to decide which trading style is closer to them and whether they are ready to spend all day long at front of their computer screens or whether they are eager to trade ong term and abandon the chase for several pips in a deal. The only thing which sounds sort of credible to me is that it is better to avoid trading long term if you trade on exotic pairs. They are too unpredictable and volatile for me, but if you know the fundamental analysis and you can successfully analyze them, then Bob is your uncle. So, it is all individual, it is something like asking what colr of socks you should wear.
It is not necessary that one specific time frame which is best for another trader will also be profitable to you. Therefore, the best is to combine approaches, try out different time frames on a demo account until you find one that fits your personality.
On EURUSD I am using multiple timeframes, daily, i use this timeframe to analyze the major movement of the trend whether bullish, or ranging, or bearish, then using H1 to analyze for short-term trading, usually my trading setup is simply waiting on support and resistance zone.
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